All posts by: Mike

Sure, the solar eclipse is super exciting – but nothing outshines or eclipses our “staff stars!” Here are our Catch-A-Star winners for April . . . Natalie-Your patience, help, support, and great ideas are so appreciated-thank you. Josh and MU’s...
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This week in Newport, Buddy presented an awesome PowerPoint all about classic antique cars. At our St. Johnsbury campus, Marshall showed off his gaming skills while he played and talked about one of his favorite Nintendo Switch games, Mario vs....
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LET’S TALK HYDRATION! In her latest edition of “Let’s Talk About Health,” CCS volunteer blogger and UVM Med Student Ashwini Sarathy looks at the importance of adequate hydration. Read: “Let’s Talk Hydration”   Find previous blogs here!...
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A month to go, don’t forget to reserve your spots! Awards Lunch ’24 with featured speaker Ann Zuccardy and presentation of our agency’s Community Impact Awards. RESERVE at: https://ccs-vt.networkforgood.com/events/66988-ccs-awards-lunch-24...
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Update from Champlain Voices co-facilitator Emily Anderson on making our voices heard: “Sue Aranoff of the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council told Advocate David Frye about a fun activity she calls, “Make a Date with Sue.” Learning this event involved going...
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GMSA’s 30th Anniversary Voices & Choices Conference, April 23 & 24 in Burlington! Find more info and registration forms at: https://ccs-vt.org/…/2024/03/Voices-Choices-Regi-24.pdf #DDawareness2024 #DDAM2024 #AWorldofOpportunities...
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In our last session before the break, Coordinator Emily Anderson report, “Patrick shared his informational interview with Rusty DeWees with all of us nd it turned into a ‘house concert.’ Patrick did a great job, and we all had a...
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CCS seeks an Executive Director to lead our award winning organization into the future . . . Executive Director Champlain Community Services (CCS), a Specialized Service Agency located in Colchester, VT,  is seeking an experienced and dynamic Executive Director to...
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In hher latest health tips blog, UVM Medical student and long-time CCS volunteer Ash Sarathy offers a reminder that keeping our brains active, as well as our bodies, is a key to better health. Read “Let’s Talk About Brain Health,”...
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  The Colchester Peer Growth & Lifelong Learning group took a trip to UVM’s Davis Center to see the CYCLES Exhibition: A collection of work by Vermont artists with disabilities. The exhibition has many interactive elements. Viewers are encouraged to...
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